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Jane Boyajian

Background
Ren Xue Qi Gong is central to my life. Buddhist meditation practice and a Unitarian Universalist community ministry shape my life as well. And the easy blend of these constantly amazes me.
 
I grew up in New England and began single parenting on Nantucket Island. We lived in N Virginia, Ohio, Minneapolis. My 2 daughters and I moved here in 1969. This is home.
 
Education and Certifications
D.Min., San Francisco Theological Seminary
Doctoral Dissertation topic: Professional Practice and Personal Decision-making: Ethical Implications from the Perspective of Totality

Career: Teaching health providers and clergy, policymakers and corporate leaders about the social and personal impacts of their decisions.
 
Yuan Gong Teacher Certification; Level I (2016) Level II + Level III(2017) + Level IV (2018) + Level V (2018)
 
Interests and Achievements
I wish for everyone these gifts I receive from Ren Xue practice:
 
A stronger, healthier body
A more balanced, calmer life
Easing up, letting past sorrows go
My heart opening, trusting more
Peace growing within and within our home
The visceral feel of interconnectedness
Learning to rest in this moment
Now.
 
I've taught personal and professional
development in spiritual and
professional settings all my life…in
the US, Canada, Spain.
 
But teaching at Uplift Yourself is
different.
Because we learn together, becoming healthier,
Supporting and celebrating one another.
 
These give me joy:
My family. Having my grandchildren in and out. Home.
 
Gardening all year. Family and
friends coming for a meal. The arts.
Dancing at Bon Odori. Organizing
international travel groups.
Life long learning.
 
Wading at low tide. Staring at
nothing in particular. Silence.
Finding words to describe the indescribable. 
 
 
*Private Sessions available upon request.


Jane Boyajian instructs the following:
  • Method IV (Xia Yuan)
  • Our organ systems are part of our foundation for health. Whether you have a specific condition you would like to improve or clear, or you are looking for organ health maintenance, this practice is a way to access the health of the organs through simple movements, hand postures, sounds and visualizations.

  • Method II (Di Yuan) and Supplementaries
  • Method II and our supplementary practices are important tools to go inward and connect with a stillness that is so nourishing to our mind, body and Qi (energy).  Having this time in our day reminds us of our most optimal and healthy state - calm, relaxed, natural and joyful.  Take the opportunity to bring your practice to a new depth.  

  • Method I (Tian Yuan) and Squats
  • Take time out of your day to relax and replenish your Qi (energy). Enjoy simple, light movements that help release tension in the body, especially the shoulder and neck area, and help you gather more energy. As an active practice, we also incorporate Qigong squats which help to move Qi through the body, open up the whole spine, especially the lower back, and strengthen the legs.